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  • On Jul 16, 2017
    Kara from FL Asked

    Re:La Nouba@DisSprings-with final shows this year, I have often felt 'propelled'😉 to give my daughter(age 3) an opportunity 2 C before final curtain. Seat-zone suggestions if breaks needed to avoid disruption? (6pm,weekday, non-peak)

    Hi Kara!

    I think there are many guests who were disappointed that the wonderful Cirque Du Soleil announced that they were closing their show at the end of this year. My family has enjoyed this great entertainment for many years and have been frequent repeat visitors during all of our vacations. We have plans to watch it for our last time at Thanksgiving.

    I can appreciate you wanting your daughter to experience this. She might be young but I am sure she will enjoy the performances. She likely will go home and want to emulate some of the acts and start tumbling around the house.

    I think your best bet for seating that will give you easy access to exit if necessary will be Category 1 in the upper level. This gives you center viewing but also close to aisles. Try to get your seats on the aisle but if not possible, these rows, AA-DD, are short so it would be easy to get out.

    Another option which would be less expensive is to go for the Category 2 seats. I would also suggest being in the upper level. Try for a section again from row AA-DD around Entrance A or D. This gives you a slightly side view of the show but the seats would still be considered good.

    The women's bathroom is located more toward the Entrance D if that might make a difference. My last bit of advice is to be sure and pick up a booster seat for your daughter. These can be found stacked against the walls before you enter the theater. If you don't see one be sure and ask an usher for direction. This will give your young princess a better view of what is going on down on the stage.

    Enjoy the show!

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